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Murcia

Murcia is a Spanish city, capital of the municipality of the same name and of the autonomous community of the Region of Murcia. It is the center of the region of the Huerta de Murcia and its metropolitan area. It is located in the southeast of the Iberian Peninsula on the banks of the Segura River, in the so-called Murcian pre-coastal depression, 40 kilometers from the Mediterranean Sea. With 447 182 inhabitants, Murcia is the seventh most populous municipality in Spain.

The urban area of ​​the city, although not officially established, would include some ten municipalities in the Region of Murcia, with a population of 650,468 inhabitants in 2018, spread over a total area of ​​1,230.92 km2, with a population density of 528 hab / km2 In this way, the urban area of ​​Murcia would occupy the 10th place in the list of metropolitan areas of Spain. Murcia is an important municipality of services in which the tertiary sector has succeeded its former agricultural exporter par excellence, thanks to its famous and fertile orchard, which was known by the nickname of the Garden of Europe. Among its most important industries are food, textiles, chemistry, distillation and manufacture of furniture and building materials, many of them located in the Industrial West, considered one of the largest in the peninsula. It is also an important center of great university tradition since the first university was founded in 1272. It is currently home to two universities: the public University of Murcia and the private San Antonio Catholic University, which attract around 50,000 students to the municipality.

Of uncertain origins, there is proof that it was founded in the year 825 with the name of Madīnat Mursiya by order of Abderramán II, probably, on a previous settlement of Roman origin. During the Middle Ages, Murcia became the capital of the Cora of Tudmir, later he was head of different kingdoms of taifas of increasing importance in centuries XI, XII and XIII and between 1243-1266 he joined the Crown of Castile as capital of the Kingdom of Murcia, being also city with vote in courts and episcopal seat since 1291. Of its historic-artistic heritage, its famous Cathedral stands out, with a baroque façade and mainly Gothic interior, the famed Casino, with sumptuous interiors. The dense sculptural heritage of Francisco Salzillo, and a large set of baroque buildings.

In the cultural field it is known for its rich folklore, especially colorful during the Spring Festival and the processions of Holy Week, declared of International Tourist Interest The Council of Good Men of the Huerta de Murcia, example of customary court of irrigators of the Spanish Mediterranean, is declared Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by Unesco.